How to Teach the Best Research Paper Ever!: Teacher's Manual

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AuthorHouse, Apr 14, 2009 - Education - 140 pages
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At last! A teacher manual that has what you need and what you want!

How to Teach the Best Research Paper Ever! is the companion to the student text, How to Write the Best Research Paper Ever! 

In it you will find that this curriculum and the way in which you deliver it meet all the requisite State Standards for Secondary English.  More importantly, you will find lesson plans prepared for you that have all the instructional components and all the active participation strategies you need to draw your students into this process and project. That’s right—29 Lesson Plans, which makes this, if used in its entirety, a quarter long project in the secondary schools, or a semester course in college.  All of you curriculum, plans, assignments, and assessments are prepared for your use! Adapting your own lessons for extensions and/or corrections is easy!

 “Our students have benefited greatly, for several years now, through the research paper writing process taught in this book, How to Write the Best Research Paper Ever!  I think it is so important  that students learn the proper research techniques, and writing conventions—the whole step-by-step process—taught in this book. I know that the teacher who introduces it to our students can’t say enough good things about it, and we carry it into all the high school courses where we expect students to use it.”  Patricia Blount, Christian Life School,Kenosha, Wisconsin.

 “Mrs. Blandford has carefully and creatively provided a book that is a guaranteed recipe for success in writing research papers

 

 

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Contents

Lesson 19 Preliminary Outline
51
Lesson 20 Logical Conclusions
53
Lesson 21 Methods of Development
55
Lesson 22 Concluding
57
Lesson 23 Style
59
Lesson 24 Sentence Outline
61
Lesson 25 Writing the Rough Draft and Typing Instructions and Tips
63
Lesson 26 Revisiting the Works Cited
65

Lesson 6 Works Cited
24
Lesson 7 Guide to Periodical Literature
26
Lesson 8 Using School Library Resources
28
Lesson 9 Using School Computer Lab
30
Lesson 10 Read Like a Spider Critical Reading and Notetaking
32
Lesson 11 Summarizing
34
Lesson 12 Paraphrasing
36
Lesson 13 Parenthetical Documentation
38
Lesson 14 Thesis Sentence
40
Lesson 15 Functional Introduction
42
Lesson 16 Hook and Introductory Paragraph
45
Lesson 18 Handling Opposing Evidence
49
Lesson 27 Peer Conferencing
67
Lesson 28 Self Evaluation
69
Lesson 29 Making the Presentation Board
71
Appendices
73
Clock Partner Sheet
75
Research Paper Syllabus
76
Sandwich Board Instructions
86
Sample Outline of Courtney Carlsons research paper
87
Sample Research Paper Analyzed
90
Works Cited Exercise 1
99
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